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Provides Non-standard Keyboard Size

Medium-sized blue and white device resembling the shape of a keyboard or Braille notetaker, with various black keys.

Braille keyboard designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision.

An illustration of a hand on top of a purple diamond shape and the IntelliTools brand name across the top left side.

Sets of programs and/or hardware designed to make Macintosh computers accessible to individuals with physical, cognitive, or visual disabilities.

A silver Braille keyboard with black keys placed on top of a wooden surface next to a pair of blue headphones.

Braille keyboard designed for use by persons who are blind or have low vision. It connects to the keyboard port of a personal computer and requires no resident software on the computer, which allows this keyboard to work with any operating system.

Click4all logo

Click4all is a keyboard Programmable for PC, Tablet and Smartphone.

Black print on white keys

Bluetooth mini keyboard. Available in three color contrast combinations.

A compact braille device.

The BRAILLEX Live 20 is the smallest of the BRAILLEX family of braille devices.

Small blue braille keypad

Actilino is the compact note taker for blind users. 16 piece ceramic Braille cells and the silent Braille keyboard make the Actilino your reliable every-day companion. In real time, Actilino displays information in Braille for tactile reading. Additionally, you get the speech output of the connected computer.

Various models of compact computer keyboards. They are all nearly identical to standard keyboards, except that they are missing numeric keypads on the right-hand side, and the keys are more compactly arranged. One model has a card reader slot on the upper right-hand corner. two are solid black. One model is black keys with light silver top and bottom borders. one is medium silver with light silver keys.

Mini keyboards—usually without a numeric keypad.

rectangular device with 20 control buttons

The RiVO (remote interface to Voiceover) is meant to be a remote control of sorts to VoiceOver users and a keyboard/media controller for everyone, sighted users included.

Slim keyboard with nine key slide out number pad

The Number Slide's retractable number pad slides out when you need it and away when you are finished.